John Paul Stone et. al. v. Tallot Chambers et. al.
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business, of the Superior CourtSuperior Court , showed
sufficiently that said cause was state pend-
ing, and that that conditional entry by
the Superior CourtSuperior Court was in legal effect
a rule, pending to shew cause why
that should be set aside
on cause shown, & that they had a right
now to show why it should be set aside
but this Court was of opinion that the
entry annexed, to said Judgment did not
amount to such rule, but only to a
kind of stipulation, at the time of suffering
the non suit for leave to make a
subsequent, motion to set it aside, and
on that opinion adjudged, the case, to be
dismissed, from the Docket, to which opinion the plaintiffs except, and
- In testimony,
whereof the plaintiffs may this their bill
of exceptions, to be signed by the Court,
which is done

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